Weekend roundup: 10 articles to improve your money and your life

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Here are must-read articles from MarketWatch about investing and consumer-finance topics.

1. The Beyond Meat stock bubble

Shares of Beyond Meat closed at $142 on June 13, rising from the company’s initial offering price of $25 in May. This stock bubble is a typical Wall Street process. Here’s related coverage of the stock action:

* Beyond Meat’s ‘peak insanity’ market cap is already five times Shake Shack’s

* Beyond Meat hits the ‘short-squeeze trifecta’ as borrowing fees keep soaring

2. Here comes the competition

Tonya Garcia reports about Beyond Meat’s burgeoning competition.

3. What about health factors?

Meatless burgers are more expensive and might be just as bad for you.

4. If the veggie burgers won’t help, try this

You’re never to old to increase your metabolism.

5. The real effect of Trump’s tariffs – so far

Hundreds of MarketWatch readers left comments after Brett Arends said the economic pain of Presidents Trump’s tariffs was exaggerated.

6. Should you join the new refinancing wave?

With mortgage-loan rates at two-year lows, here’s how to decide if the time is right for you to refinance.

7. Seeking bargain stocks? Try looking across the water

European stocks are trading at hefty discounts to U.S. counterparts.

8. The ‘silent killer’ of your investment portfolio

Here’s how fees can destroy a great part of your potential retirement nest egg.

Related: New rules for financial advisers protect Wall Street – not you

9. Microsoft inspires deal-making

Microsoft’s success in data analytics has sent competitors scrambling, including Salesforce.com and Google holding company Alphabet

10. Do this to reduce your health risk

Here’s an easy way to reduce your risk of high blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes.

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